Get 50% off when you purchase the 2008 Entertainment Book. (The DC/Baltimore books are $15–plus shipping–with the discount.)
Buy one for our area and one for where you’re planning to vacation this year!
You can preview the book online to see if you’re likely to use the coupons in this year’s book. For us, the book will pay for itself after just one trip to Danielle’s; their coupon gives you 20% off the total bill (up to a $25.00 value).
I recently helped build a new website for a Baltimore shoe store that specializes in large-size women’s designer shoes: BarefootTess.com.
In an effort to recoup some of the development costs–and to clear their shelves to make room for new inventory–they’re offering a deal to local shoppers this weekend.
All winter shoes will be on sale in the store through Sunday for 40% off the listed price. That’s right… even if the shoes are already marked down below cost, you can take another 40% off. This is an in-store sale.
Rather not to drive to Baltimore? You can order from the website instead. Just enter coupon code BC15 during checkout, and receive 15% off your order (no exclusions). Order over $75, and shipping is free.
BarefootTess is located at: 1421 Clarkview Road, Suite 110 (Baltimore).
I’d love to hear if anybody goes there for the sale–and what you think.
Airborne Agrees to Pay $23.3 Million to Settle Lawsuit Over False Advertising of its “Miracle Cold Buster”
Company Now Under Scrutiny By FTC & 24 State Attorneys General
WASHINGTONâ€”The makers of Airborneâ€”a multivitamin and herbal supplement whose labels and ads falsely claimed that the product cures and prevents coldsâ€”will refund money to consumers who bought the product, as part of a $23.3 million class action settlement agreement. The company will pay for ads in Better Homes & Gardens, Parade, People, Newsweek, and many other magazines and newspapers instructing consumers how to get refunds.
Airborne Agrees to Pay $23.3 Million to Settle Lawsuit Over False Advertising of its \Miracle.
All this warm weather has me thinking about summer vacation–and signing up for hotel reward programs. These programs are free to join, they provide easy online enrollment and management, and they give you many ways to earn and redeem points. In addition, if you belong to a frequent-flier program, you can add to your mileage.
- Corel Hilton
- Embassy Suites
- Hampton Inn
- Hilton Garden Inn
- Homewood Suites
- Scandic Hotels
Red Roof Inn
Six Continents Hotels
- Crowne Plaza
- Hotel Indigo
- Holiday Inn
- Holiday Inn Express
- Express by Holiday Inn
- Holiday Inn Select
- Holiday Inn SunSpree Resorts
- Holiday Inn Resort
- Nickelodeon Family Suites by Holiday Inn
- Holiday Inn Garden Court
- Staybridge Suites
- Candlewood Suites
- Four Points by Sheraton
- St. Regis
- Luxury Collection
- W Hotels
Wyndam Hotels and Resorts
- AmeriHost Inn
- Baymont Inn & Suites
- Days Inn
- Howard Johnson
- Knights Inn
- Super 8
- Travelodge (U.S. hotels only)
- Wingate by Wyndham branded hotels located in the U.S., Canada, UK, Ireland, Germany and China.
- Wyndham Hotels and Resorts properties located in the U.S., Canada, U.K., Latin America and the Carribean (excluding Wyndham hotels in Panama and Mayan and Corinthia associated hotels) also participate in the TripRewards program.